David McClure PhD
Epidemiologist - Senior
Center for Clinical Epidemiology & Population Health
1000 North Oak Ave. ML2 Marshfield, WI 54449
- 1980 to 1984:
- BS, Physics, Arizona State University, Tempe Arizona
- 1984 to 1986:
- MS, Materials Science, Arizona State University, Tempe Arizona
- 1995 to 1997:
- MS, Medical Physics, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver Colorado
- 1998 to 2005:
- PhD, Analytical Health Sciences (Epidemiology/Biostatistics), University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver Colorado
- 2000 to 2002:
- Biostatistician and Outcomes Analyst, National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Denver Colorado
- 2002 to 2012:
- Senior Biostatistician/Epidemiologist, Kaiser Permanente Colorado, Denver Colorado
- 2012 to 2014:
- Epidemiologist, Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation, Marshfield Wisconsin
- 2014 to 2015:
- Project Scientist/Advisor, CVS Health, Northbrook Illinois
- 2014 to Present:
- Adjunct Assistant Professor, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Wisconsin
- 2016 to Present:
- Senior Epidemiologist, Marshfield Clinic Research Institute, Marshfield Wisconsin
Dr. McClure is a senior epidemiologist specializing in pharmacoepidemiology with emphasis in vaccine safety and effectiveness. He has collaborated with CCEPH staff for many years via the CDC sponsored Vaccine Safety Datalink prior to his most recent CCEPH appointment in 2016. He also has interests in leading or supporting studies of infectious disease, rural health, or new epidemiologic methods.
Vaccine safety and effectiveness, Pharmacoepidemiology, Epidemiologic methods,
Infectious disease epidemiology, Rural health epidemiology
Glanz JM, Newcomer SR, Daley MF, McClure DL, Baxter RP, Jackson ML,...DeStefano F. (2015 November 27). Cumulative and episodic vaccine aluminum exposure in a population-based cohort of young children. VACCINE. 33(48):6736-44..
PubMed ID: 26518400
Simpson MD, Kieke BA, Sundaram ME, McClure DL, Meece JK, Sifakis F,...Belongia EA. (2016 April). Incidence of Medically Attended Respiratory Syncytial Virus and Influenza Illnesses in Children 6-59 Months Old During Four Seasons. Open Forum Infect Dis.. 3(2):ofw081.
PubMed ID: 27419158
Vickers ER, McClure DL, Naleway AL, Jacobsen SJ, Klein NP, Glanz JM,...Belongia EA. (2017 October 13). Risk of venous thromboembolism following influenza vaccination in adults aged 50years and older in the Vaccine Safety Datalink. VACCINE. 35(43):5872-5877.
PubMed ID: 28888342